Dezie Trigu

After 22 years of service Dezie sent out the following notice announcing his retirement. 


It is with great pleasure that I would like to inform you that with effect from today I have retired from the Civil Service. The long journey that started in 1991 ended yesterday, Jan 31 2013. I thank all of you whole heartedly for your tireless guidance, constructive advice and immeasurable support during the time I worked as a teacher, Methods Advisor and Tikwere Outreach Coordinator at Chiradzulu & Zingwangwa Sec Schools, South West Education Division and MCDE respectively. You made me grow both socially and professionally such that I owe all my knowledge and skills to you. Thank you so much! [1-13]

Dezie Trigu & Dwaine Lee

Recently, Dezie was in Washington at a conference and ran into another CIE member at the Conference.  


I was in Washington DC between 17th and 24th August 2009 attending a USAID Education Workshop. Essentially, it was a gathering of selected officials of all the USAID funded Education Projects across the globe and I was very privileged to be one of the participants. We had a total number of 50 sessions to choose from and the sessions were categorized into four: Basic Education, Higher Education, Youth Development and Participant Training.




Graduation Year: 
CIE Graduate